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Thursday, November 21, 2019

"IT'S HATE SPEECH TO CALL ME NIGERIAN" — NNAMDI KANU LAMBASTES SENATE



The leader of Indigenous People Of Biafra (IPOB), Mazi Nnamdi Kanu has lambasted the Nigerian Senate for not legislating on infrastructural development and creation of jobs that will help to better the life of citizens rather they went into frivolities.

He said that it would amount to hate speech to call him or members of IPOB Nigerians because what is happening in Nigerian court is enough to set any country ablaze.

He has this to say:

“This Hate Speech bill is exactly the same thing with Decree
No 4 of 1984. What’s try happening in Nigerian courts is enough
to set any country ablaze. Calling me a Nigerian is hate
speech.”

“They’ve not hanged Fulani herdsmen, they’ve not hanged the
bandits in the North, they’ve not hanged their fellow corrupt
politicians, they’ll not hang governors that have not paid
salaries and are causing untimely deaths to millions of homes.”

But what they’ll do very gladly is to say that they’ll hang people
for free speech…People are busy talking about 2023 when
danger is right before them.”  

“Each time you remind them of their kleptomaniac psyche, it’s
hate speech. Each time you remind them that Ruga will not
work in our land, it’s hate speech. If you say there will be no
movement of Fulani cattle in our farmland, it’s hate speech.

When we say we’re being killed and slaughtered for no reason,
it’s hate speech.
“But when it’s coming from the Fulani, nobody will say anything because it’s love speech. That’s the level of hypocrisy
in Nigeria. People don’t reason very well anymore. If people
do, the excesses of these current cabals would have been
curtailed.”

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